Lakeside Arts
Part of University of Nottingham
Lakeside Arts
Artwork of Hotel with ‘Welcome to Darkfield’ neon sign’

 

EULOGY

Wednesday 22 September – Sunday 31 October

Welcome to Darkfield. We hope you enjoy your stay...

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Photograph of Sarah Lucas work sculpture with Good To Go Kitemark

 

 

BREAKING THE MOULD:
SCULPTURE BY WOMEN SINCE 1945

An Arts Council Collection Touring Exhibition
Saturday 18 September – Sunday 9 January 2022


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a girl on stage with her hands reaching up towards the sky

 

WELCOME WEEK 2021

Monday 20 September– Friday 1 October

Discover what Lakeside can offer you

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Female sits on aerial hoop and smiles

New Season Announcement

AUTUMN AT LAKESIDE


Spend time together with our exciting new programme
of events – from live music, aerial theatre and hilarious comedy.

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Don't Miss

Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945
Exhibitions

Breaking the Mould: Sculpture by Women since 1945

Saturday 18 September - Sunday 09 January
Djanogly Gallery

As the first major survey of post-war British sculpture by women, this exhibition spans more than seventy years and explores the work of fifty sculptors.

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EULOGY
Theatre & Dance

EULOGY

Wednesday 22 September - Sunday 31 October
Next to DH Lawrence Pavilion

EULOGY uses binaural sound and speech recognition technology to immerse each audience member into a dreamlike, labyrinthine hotel that is imagined in the darkness.

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Le Vent du Nord
Music

Le Vent du Nord

Wednesday 20 October
Djanogly Theatre

Combining a joyful, fun stage presence with energetic, dynamic flair, Le Vent du Nord delights audiences with catchy songs and tunes

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A hotel with a neon sign reading ‘Welcome to Darkfield’

EULOGY

Wednesday 22 September – Sunday 31 October
Welcome to DARKFIELD. We hope you enjoy your stay.

Stories & Features

Black and white old photograph of Highfields Park with University of Nottingham Trent Building in background

SIT WITH US FOR A MOMENT AND REMEMBER

By Michael Pinchbeck

Inspired by our beautiful parkland and images held in the University's archives, take some time to Sit With Us For a Moment and Remember, an immersive narrative, that reflects on different views and how landscape changes over time and through the seasons.

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A photograph of Florence Nightingale seated and looking at camera

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE AND HEALTH AT HOME

Journey to the past and discover how young Nightingale’s charitable visits to working-class cottages inspired her longstanding mission to improve the living conditions of working people in Britain. Dr Jonathan Memel explores how Nightingale made attempts to popularise sanitary discourse and embed health concerns in the home. 

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seven men and women stand in front of the aqua backdrop of the Lakeside Arts Pavilion

CREATIVE PATHWAYS 2021-22 GRADUATION

Emily Bicknell, our 2020-21 Creative Pathways graduate intern, reflects on the past six months of intern life and on a day of celebration in graduating from the programme alongside her fellow cohort.

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Audience sculpture by Sokari Douglas Camp, which will feature in Lakeside's Breaking the Mould exhibition from 18 September to 9 January 2022